It’s tempting to make big gestures on Valentine’s Day. It’s the day of love, after all. The media hypes it up as the time when you should confess your love, get extravagant gifts, or simply surprise your preferred person.
What they don’t say?
You need to make sure that the object of your affection is okay with this, first.
If you go all out for someone who isn’t into it, you might be facing harassment charges. In fact, just sending a Valentine’s Day card to a coworker might be considered workplace harassment.
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